Username_here wrote:Well, think I've just answered my own question here.. took filter out for a look and it's dirty as. I can literally blow dirt out and watch it fly. Intake will be struggling to take sufficient air in, triggering the sensor.
Mechanic should have picked up on this. I'd say the leaking rocker cover would have possibly allowed just enough pressure relief to save the sensor from going off until it was fixed. Will let youse know how it goes soon
Gipsy wrote:Don't buy a new MAF sensor yet until you know that's what it is. The obd scanner will probably find the fault.
Gipsy wrote:Agreed Rob, there was once a solvent called freon which was great for this but since the ozone depletion became an issue freon was banned. The MAF cleaner is the only one to use!
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